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will be in court tomorrow. we're learning more about his motive for the attack. anders behring breivik posted eight manifesto shortly before friday's car bombing and shooting rampage. 92 people are dead and that number is expected to rise. >> police in norway revealed today that anders behring breivik still had plenty of ammunition left when they are arrested him friday. this photo shows the shooter taking aim at a person apparently pleading to be scared. victim's bodies were still being recovered today. hours before the terror attacks, he posted a political manifesto on line. it ranges against muslim immigration to europe and urges cultural conservatives to embrace more dumb. he did not practice what he preaches. >> survivors of the shooting are still dazed by their brush with death. >> i could feel the warmth. >> he confessed to both attacks. >> he has admitted that he was responsible and for the killing of those people. >> his lawyer said he denies criminal responsibility. >> he thought it was gruesome having to commit the acts. and is that, they were necessary. >> the massacre has plunged norwa
day that anders behring breivik, the man accused of carrying out the deadly assault, appeared in court claiming he had not acted alone and that there were two more cells in his organization. our europe editor starts our coverage. >> this was the moment when the man accused of norway's mass killings headed to court. anders behring breivik, wearing a dark red top, sat next to police officers. outside the courthouse, crowds had gathered. most of them fiercely opposed to breivik being able to use his court appearance as a platform for his views, as he himself wanted. >> don't give him attention, have the doors closed. >> this should not be an open hearing. this is what he wants and i don't see why we should let him have his way. >> breivik had actually asked police if he could wear a black uniform to court but they said no. lines formed to go inside the courtroom. but the police opposed an open hearing, fearful breivik might use to -- it to send signals to others and the judge agreed. in court, breivik was told he would be held in solitary confinement for four weeks without visitors, lette
: anders behring breivik is changing his story. after insisting last friday's work was his work alone he hinted two cells of extremist worked with him. he was denied the open court hearing he wanted and held for eight weeks in solitary. while they may give him time to think there is zero indication this man is about to express any remorse. reeling against immigrants and muslims. his manifesto indicating he began the attacks in 2002. >> reporter: from france his father, who hasn't spoken to his son in years wished he killed himself. the bombing on friday afternoon left eight dead. 90 minutes later a youth campground shooting spree that lasted for an hour and a half. they revised down the number of dead to 68 but it's still the worst shooting by a single gunman in modern times. >> reporter: there was this gathering in downtown oslo today. there was supposed to be a official march but police had to cancel that because so many people showed up they couldn't handle the flow. >> reporter: 200,000. many carries roses. norway made clear they would like to move beyond this and not give anders beh
massacre norway has seen in more than 60 years. anders behring breivik appeared in an oslo court on monday, but the judge said no to cameras. behind closed doors, breivik admitted to the bombing and the killing of scores of people. he will spend the next four weeks in solitary confinement. >> anders behring breivik was photographed leaving the courthouse. he did not look distraught, even after acknowledging he was responsible for the oslo bombing and massacre. it is one of the few photos of norway's most infamous man. reporters waited for hours. the hearing was held behind closed doors. afterwards, the judge disclosed what breivik had said at the hearing. >> while the accused has acknowledged the circumstances, he has not pleaded guilty. the accused believes he needed to carry out these acts in order to save norway and western europe from, and i quote, cultural marxism and an islamic takeover. >> police are searching the form that breivik rented and are investigating whether he had accomplished this -- accomplices. earlier, he said he had acted alone. the police say they cannot rule out th
, the lawyer being asked to defend anders behring breivik says he is likely in sane. they are releasing the names of those killed. we have more on the aftermath of the attack and what is known about the man who carried it out. >> the official naming of the norway dad is underway, a shocking reminder that most victims were children or very young adults. among them, a 20-year-old model and talented dansville, and the young this is believed to be just 14. among those future stars, a 21- year-old described by the norway prime minister as one of the country's most promising youth politicians. among those missing after trying to swim away, another talented speaker who addressed a labor party conference in april, and a 45-year-old who has been going to the summer camp there for years. this is their self confessed killer. anders behring breivik. today, his lawyer described him as insane. >> he is in a war with the world. he says the rest of the western world do not understand his point of view but that in 60 years' time, we will all understand it. >> he was asked if he showed any remorse. >> he
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authorities start to identify those killed in friday's attacks, as anders behring breivik bry's lawyers say he appears insane. the u.s. debt crisis sparks a war of words in washington, with the default deadline just a week away. >> pack stan and india prepare for their first significant talks since the mumbai attacks. good night, my angel, amy winehouse's father bids an emotional farewell at the singer's funeral in london. it's 9:00 a.m. here in sing pour. and 2:00 a.m. broadcasting to pbs around the world and in london, this is "news day." >> hello, and welcome. the norwegian lawyer's who's representing anders behring breivik says the self-confessed killer is probably insane. he bleaches he was fighting a war to defend the western world. they started to publish some of the names of breivik's 76 victims. from the capital, oslo, james robbins has the latest on the investigation into friday's attacks. >> the official naming of norway's dead is underway. a shocking reminder that most victims were children all very young adults. among them, a 20-year-old model and talented dancer. the youngest kil
actions when he appears in court in a couple of hours' time. the lawyer for anders behring breivik says his client admits carrying out the car bombing in oslo and the shootings on a nearby island, but he does not believe he deserves punishment. norway is to hold a minute silence in about an hour to remember those killed in the attacks. the bbc's john graves has this report for us. >> if anders behring breivik wanted the world's attention, today he will certainly have it. in a courtroom in oslo, the 2-year-old is expected to explain what motivated him to kill nearly 100 of his countrymen. he's already told his lawyer he wanted to transform the western world. >> what he said is that he wanted a change in society and that this, in his view, in his head, must happen through a revolution. >> three days after the attacks, the final death toll isn't yet known. in the waters around the island of utoeya, searches are still continuing for those unaccounted for. the boats have been plying these waters since late on friday, but the failure to find the bodies of the last few victims is proving highl
. >> in court, anders behring breivik up. appeared calm. new images are emerging from the attacks in norway that left dozens dead. this is a video taken after a massive bomb erupted near a government building. hours later, teenagers barricaded themselves in a cabin hiding from a crazed gunman accused of murdering 68 people at an island retreat for young supporters of labour party. >> monday, anders behring breivik on -- confessed in court but pleaded not guilty. he wrote in detail about his hatred for the labor party and their liberal leanings, especially for their tolerance of immigrants. >> he believed that he needed to carry out these acts in order to save norway. >> authorities continued to remain on high alert because the manifesto refers to other cells. residents paused for a moment of silence. >> we have to come together. everybody. " nor will it cost prime minister addressed tens of thousands of -- norway's prime minister addressed tens of thousands of mourners. he claimed that evil can kill a person but it can never defeat in nation. police have lowered the death toll from 93 to 76
victims of a summer camp. anders behring breivik is considered the lone suspect in the explosion in downtown oslo and the island massacre. police say he posed as a policeman at the youth retreat for the ruling labor party win at least 85 people were killed. several are still missing. police have charged him under the norway terror law. he will be arraigned on monday. that is a huge tragic international story. it is terrible. >> let's talk about sports. luke scot has tried to fight through and help his team through tough times. he will not be able to do it much longer. >> the heat wave continues across much of the country. it is well into the 100's in the plains states. where do we go from here? it is 99 at the airport. 102 ♪ whoa, whoa! 10:00 and 2:00, buddy. eyes on the road, right? hands on the wheel. [ male announcer ] the want-it, need-it... stay focused. [ male announcer ] ...gotta-have-it taste of mcdonald's burgers. the simple joy worth waiting for. [ young man ] how's your burger, bro? [ laughs ] [ thinking ]he best, another pet name?les. all right, i'm smart enough to
is the vid oh of the suspect -- video of the suspect. anders behring breivik admitted to the murders. the judge ordered him to remain in custody for eight weeks. >>> a new development in the case against amanda knox. the pair accused of killing the british student in 2007. the prosecution claimed that dna was found for both suspects at the crime scene. the experts say that the evidence isn't reliable. they say that the dna is contaminated by investigators gloved not properly cleaned. >> as prosecutors weigh whether or not to proceed with the case of the former head of the imf, the woman at the center is coming forward. it's an unusual and risky move and could turn the case upside down. in an exclusive interview, the maid who stayed silent is saying that dominique strauss- kahn should be behind bars. here's more. >> reporter: she's the hotel maid who, until now has been silent. this 32-year-old who said she didn't expect to see dominique strauss-kahn when she went to clean his room in new york city. i was like, i'm sorry. i turned my head and he came to me and grabbed my breast. no, y
shattering, eight people died in the blast in oslo, anders behring breivik confessed to the bombing. today his father said his son should have killed himself. >>> the lockerbie bomber was at aeralliy supporting moammar gadhafi in libya today. abdel basset ali al-megrahi was the only person convicted for the 1988 bombing at a -- of a pan amflight. authorities released him from prison on the grounds he had cancer and only had a few months to live. >>> heavy rain sent land slides through korya. students died after being engulfed in mud. dozens of people injured and buildings destroyed. we will be back, there is more move coming up -- more news coming up after the break. . >>> politics over the debt ceiling. democrats are telling republicans tonight there is no way they will support a gop plan to lift the debt limit. every senate democrat and two independents signed a letter to speaker of the house john boehner promising to oppose the plan. they say it's another risk of government default next year and force cuts to programs such as medicare. republicans are slubbing off a veto threat from th
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of the court room. we are waiting for the prosecutor to make an appearance. anders behring breivik's lawyer says that he admits he carried out the bombing. and that he had wanted to explain himself in public, something denied to him. stay with us. we will keep you up-to-date with the latest. >> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding was made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. and union bank. >> union bank has put its global financial strength to work for a wide range of companies. what can we do for you? >>wa swass presented by kcet los angeles.
. we have the latest developments from norway. >> today, anders behring breivik admitted to the bombing and shooting massacre that followed on victoria island. he says he is not criminally responsible. >> he has acknowledged having carried out the bombing against big government corridors. >> in a closed courtroom, he referred to to other cells of this organization that are out there working with him. >> he believes that he needed to carry out these acts in order to save norway and western europe. >> terror it is -- is painlain on the faces of these teenagers as he stalked their youth camp. >> he is going around killing people like it was no big deal. >> this is where the shooter boarded the ferry to take him to the island. he was so convincing as a cop but officials from the island let him on. nearly released amateur video shows the carnage hours earlier and a car bomb that devastated the heart of oslo. the attacks have plunged norway into morning. memorials have sprung up across the country and norwegians observed a nationwide moment of silence. >> we will have much more on today's de
are burying the victims of friday's attacks. anders behring breivik possible lawyer says that he is likely the same. >> the debt deadline in washington is just one week away. london will mark the one-year countdown to the start of the olympic games today. the city has a lot to live up to. the last olympics was praised for its magnificent display is in competition. in london, special attention was given to the legacy it would hold a lead in the city. martin patience has more. >> from here at the birds nest stadium there is a symbol of the hugely successful olympic games. $40 billion were spent hosting the event. we are just going to go inside to talk to a top chinese official about the preparations taken in order to host this a massive event. one year ahead of the olympics here in beijing, where were you at? >> at that time, we had a one- year countdown ceremony. it was a crucial time. they were making sure that the deadline was met. >> do you have any advice for london them >> we wanted to make sure that the olympics complemented beijing's economic development. when we build the new struct
. tonight, police are continuing to question the suspect in the attacks, 32-year-old anders behring breivik, a norwegian. national correspondent jeff glor is in oslo with the latest. >> reporter: the gunman seen from overhead in the middle of his rampage. posing as a police officer, witnesses say he lured a large group together, telling them he was there to perform a routine terror check. then the firing. a sustained assault that misnow say half thed for 90 minutes. campers, 600 of them, a youth meeting of norway's labor party, went any way they could-- some into the woods, others hit the water. >> just started swimming. >> reporter: you started swimming? he was shooting. you were in the water at the time. >> yeah, i saw many dead standing on the beach and, like, aiming for me and shooting but he didn't hit me luckily. >> reporter: nearby today, the wounded recover, including adrian pracon who mayed dead to stay alive. he was hit in the shoulder. >> i was lying perfectly still and i hid behind a person. i could hear him breathe and i could hear his boots when he was walking close by. ( scre
into the mind of a mass murderer. a video posted online by anders behring breivik shortly before his killing spree began. the video, along with a 1,500-page manifesto, much of it copied and pasted from a similar document by the unabomber, ted kacacnski. it's a racist anti-islamic rant. breivik believed it would spark an uprising of like-minded radicals. if anything, this killer was meticulous. planning the attack for at least nine years. urging european right wingers to "embrace martyrdom." knew his acts were gruesome, but called them necessary. and what he most wanted was to change norwegian society. at a memorial service today, norway's prime minister could barely speak. the pain so deep, translation hardly necessary. this tiny nation, shaken to its core. norway's king and queen, reduced to tears. the entire church sobbing uncontrollably. >> i have no words. the feeling of that i'm going to die and the fear that i heard so many shots of this gun. he never stopped shooting. >> reporter: lars haugland forever changed, but a survivor. so were these kids who barricaded themselves into a buildi
with that story. >> reporter: anders behring breivik's 15 page manifesto justifies violence to achieve his political goals. but an expert on right wing groups noticed a similarity to the unibecomer. >> cut and paste. >> he doesn't make any references to the unibomber, so it looks like his own work, but it's not really his own writings. >> reporter: thousands turned out for memorial services sunday. the royal family and government leaders wept for the victims. police continued to several for bodies of young people gunned down at a labor party retreat off the coast of utoya island. analysts believe they weretargeted to cripple norway's future leaders. even though he's already confessed, he faces a maximum sentence of only 21 years. that prison penalty is one of the hallmark's of norway's liberal society, a way of life anders behring breivik said in his manifesto he wants to change. >> the results will be the opposite, because we will be more open, we will be more inclusive. he cannot destroy us. never. >> reporter: but he's already destroyed the nation's
about him. he's a 32-year-old ethnic norwegian man called anders behring breivik. if he carried out both attacks, what would happen is he somehow laid these explosives in central oslo in the government quarter, perhaps detonating the blast then and then moving to this island which is about 20 minutes from the center of oslo where he dressed up as a policeman and was therefore able to bring a lot of guns onto the island. and obviously sort of win the confidence of -- there were 650 young people on the island. he said he wanted to address them and then just started shooting them. as we heard from that eyewitness, this was a very cold-blooded shooting. i was talking to other people who said that he was totally expressionless. it was as bit as if he was taking photos. i think you have some more sound bites that you can play of what eyewitnesses have been telling me. >> we heard him coming around -- he was probably searching for people in the cliffs. we ran the other way. some people started swimming over. we got to a boat which we managed to get out. then i went to help a friend get some wre
of bombs at a farm rented by anders behring breivik. the authorities didn't say how many explosives they found, but say they destroyed them all. they also say that anders behring breivik used the area to store fertilizer for the bombs. >>> and releasing a private assessment of safety. ninos yacoub and badal and david walked over the falls, carrying them more than 300 feet to their deaths. the park rangers say that the high run-off could stop them from finding the bodies until later. the park officials say people must take full responsibility for their safety. >>> and a candlelight vigil to happen to mark two months regarding the disappearance of the nursing student, michelle le, she was seen in one area, where police don't think she is alive. her family thinks they are not giving up hope. the vigil is set to begin at 6:00 at the corner of west tennison boulevard. >>> and behind here, you can see the bridge and people looking over the ledge. they are watching the whale, more coming up. >>> and back here in about 10 minutes, the tomorrow's forecast, warming up in the bay area, we'll h
are confirmed dead. 32-year-old norwegian anders behring breivik has been charged with setting off a fertilizer bomb at a building in oslo, killing seven people. he's also accused opening fire on children attending a camp affiliated with the country's labor party. at least 85 people were killed there, but police are still searching for more victims. >> people run up the steep hill. i saw the people coming up the hill. he shot them at the top, and they were falling. >> hiding behind the cliff, in the trees, all over. >> a norwegian news agency says behring breivik wrote a 1500-page manifesto before the attack criticizing multi culturism and muslim immigration. police found 6 tons of fertilizer on the suspect's farm. >>> abc7 news is learning more about the case against two men arrested for the march beating of giants fan bryan stow. louie sanchez and marvin norwood are expected to be arraigned on monday. we have the very latest on that investigation. tomas? >> alan, abc7 news is learning more about the case against two men who are expected to be arraigned on monday for the beating of giants brya
. and this is the man who says he caused such heartbreak -- anders behring breivik, a right wing extremist who admits the youth camp and the oslo bombing. that bombing targeted the heart of government, but it wasn't those in power who died. exactly how many were killed is still unclear. norway's death toll is already horrifyingly high. but there is a fear that it will rise again. many of the buildings behind me are still too unsafe to search and may contain more bodies. anders breivik says he acted alone. a one-man campaign that has left an entire nation questioning how they can move forward from here. emma murphy, itv news, oslo. >>> now here's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. wedding bells rang throughout new york on sunday from the big apple to niagara falls. same-sex couples took the plunge taking advantage of landmark legislation that permits gays and lesbians to marry in the state. the first day of legalized same-sex marriages did have a few protests, but they fizzled quickly as scores of gay and lesbian couples said i do. new york is the sixth and largest state
geir lippestad did his best to plain the inexplicable, why his client anders behring breivik, massacred 76 people. >> he said it was necessary to start a war here in europe and as well as the western world. he's sorry it was necessary but it was necessary. >> reporter: necessary, breivik argues in his online manifesto to trigger a war against muslims and immigration. >> this whole case has indicated he's insane. >> reporter: breivik's murderous rampage last friday was aimed squarely at the liberal values of norway's ruling labor party. he bombed the government offices then high on drugs to keep himself strong and awake he drove to the island of utoya and gunned down scores of the party's best and brightest. breivik was cold his lawyer said and asked how many people he'd killed, though lippestad didn't tell him. >> he says he is part of an international organization. he said there are several cells throughout the western world. >> reporter: police are now investigating those claims. breivik meanwhile is in jail in solitary confinement, unable to see how norwegians reacted to the worst at
investigations into confessed killer anders behring breivik. they detonated explosives found at his farm north of oslo. it is not just breivik's motives the remaining mystery. the police face questions. many are asking why it took them almost 90 minutes to reach the island of utoeya when the shooting began. the commission is almost certain to look into the issue. the attack in norway has increased scrutiny of the far right scene. police have raided 21properties linked to suspected right-wing extremists. they have seized ammunition, weapons, and propaganda. there is a neo-nazi group that wants to drive foreigners out of germany. the group has been under surveillance since march, but there is no evidence it was planning any type of attack. serbian president boris tadic is appealing for calm after ethnic serbs in kosovo stormed the border crossing and set it on fire. boris tadic call the attackers hooligans and said the violence is not helping people in kosovo. violence flared on monday, when costs above sent police to take control of the border post. -- kuntsevo sent police to take control of th
-old norwegian anders behring breivik with setting off a bomb in oslo killing seven. he's also accused of opening fire on a labor party camp for young people. at least 85 people died there. police boats are still searching for more victims. police admit it took officers an hour and a half to arrive when the shooting began. they did not have quick access to a helicopter and they couldn't find a boat. the shooter surrounded once they arrived. >> i saw the people coming up the hill, and he shot them at the top, and they were falling. >> i saw a bunch of people getting killed. he was closing up, and i jumped into the water with someone else. and then i swimmed into the fjord, and i was a cramp and i was nearly drowning. i got saved by a local. >> police say behring breivik had right wing and anti-muslim views. police searched his os slow apartment and farm and discovered 6 tons of fertilizer. >>> abc news is learning more about the case against two men who were expected to be arraigned on money for the beating of giants fan brian stow. charges were filed against them for the march 31st attack at dodg
we would have been dead now. >> reporter: the suspect's name is anders behring breivik, 32 years old. just last week he updated his facebook page, called himself a christian, a conservative, likes hunting. facebook friends, zero. a right winger but with no signs of potential violence. how strong is the right wing here, how big is this pool of people that could produce such a person? >> that pool of people i would say is very, very limited. what we see here is a rather extreme single instance rather than something representative. >> reporter: the maximum punishment in norway for any crime is 21 years in prison. if convicted, the 32-year-old suspect will be back on the streets when he's 53 years old. the suspect's lawyers said that the suspect is willing to appear in court here in oslo on monday, and explain why he did it. and the lawyers said that the suspect will say that what he did was, quote, atrocious, but necessary. lester? >> martin fletcher in oslo tonight, thank you. norway hasn't known this kind of terror since world war ii. it's a place where gun violence is rare and bombin
and anders behring breivik was able to continue his rampage and killing spree for an hour and a half. people coming from other countries were wondering why do your emergency teams and swat teams not have access to a helicopter immediately? because of course had they been able to take a helicopter from here oslo, about 15 minutes's flying time, they could have gotten there quickly and we know he was killing people at pretty much the rate of one a minute. so if they had got therein earlier, they would have saved a lot of lives. i'm sure all those plans to -- contingency planning for emergencies will have to be reviewed and there will therefore be implied criticism of the police and other emergency services. >> richard, thank you very much indeed. you're watching "bbc world news." thank you for being with us. coming up, a real olympic contender yet there's no recognition for her country, an athlete who really wants to fly kosovoen flag. >> now hundreds of gay couples have married in new york after the same-sex marriages were recognized as legal. ceremonies were held from manhattan to nighing a
domination. anders behring breivik has admitted to the massacres, but entered a plea of not guilty yesterday. while police believe he acted alone, they have not ruled out he had accomplices, breivik is now in solitary confinement. he said he never expects to be released. in norway, the maximum sentence a judge can give is 21 years, although a special sentence can be handed to prisoners deemed a danger to society. >>> meanwhile, thousands of norwegians gathered in oslo yesterday, to mourn the 76 victims. the death toll was 93, but it was lowered yesterday. >>> since the weekend, air travelers should be facing lower fares because they haven't had to pay federal taxes on plane tickets. the taxes have been temporarily dropped, because on friday congress failed to re-authorize the federal aviation administration's operating authority, resulting in the partial shutdown of the agency. but it turns out instead of passing savings on to customers, airlines have been pocketing the difference by quieting raising fares in recent days. meanwhile, because of congress's failure to act, construction has stop
by the alleged killer. 32-year-old anders behring breivik. police say at this point it looks like breivik worked alone in this attacks on norway's government headquarters and an island youth camp. a taxi driver gave breivik a ride shortly before that rampage and says everything seemed fine. >> it's -- he seemed very good. not like this when i met him. he was just a calm, nice guy. >> meanwhile, the people there mourn the victims. so are those here, flags at half-staff at norwegian embassy and flowers placed there to remember the victims. >>> back here, police believe a missing baby may now be in montgomery or prince george's county. 7 maryland last seen with his baby-sitter monday night. they're trying to get in touch with 16-year-old jonae boozer. booze hear been known to spend time, flyers are out. the baby's family is concerned about ki'yauch, especially in the hot weather. >> a 7-month-old bright eyed little baby who, you know, right now, he can't do anything. he can't cry for help. he can't say this isn't my mommy. he can't say help me. so that's why it's so important now we try to do as mu
, actuó sin cómplices agregó que anders behring breivik no habló de su plan con nadie, y ante otros ciudadanos llevaba una vida moderada y apegada a la ley ante de los ataques >>> y un soldado desertor, arrestado en texas, admitió ante un grupo de investigadores que quería atacar a otros militares afuera de la base agentes del fbi descubrieron en un hotel un conjunto de materiales que podía ser utilizado en una bomba el responsable es alguien que no quiso ir a afganistán >>> los hermanos que habían tomado un vuelo del aeropuerto de miami fueron arrestados anoche por la policía, a quienes se les acusa de intentar atacar a una tripulación(i según la policía uno de ellos parecía estar intoxicado estas son otras noticias de américa latina en argentina, un policía y 2 civiles murieron entre un enfrentamiento entre los ocupantes de un terreno en jujui en colombia, la corte suprema de justicia, admitió a la senadora como parte civil de un proceso que adelanta el caso legal en contra de nancy gutierrez, por narcotráfico >>> en chile 2 mujeres mapuches treparon por el balcón d
behring breivik, the anti-muslim extremist who confessed to the massacre has told investigators he also continued attacking other targets link go ahead to the government. >>> a jet flying from new york crashed and broke in two while landing in the south american country of guyana. everybody on board survived. the caribbean airline plane slid off the runway, stopping just short of plunging into a ravine. 163 people were on board. about 100 of them were hurt, but just four of them seriously. authorities say the airport did not have adequate field lights and other emergency equipment. >>> forcing them to struggle at first to remove the passengers. >>> it around for more than 30 years. now it's time for the last skate at an iconic skating rink. >>> also, fog over the bay area, and a big marathon coming up tomorrow. leigh glaser will have your accuweather seven-day forecast when we come back. >> the giants needed a good long start from madison baumgardner today. he only gave up five runs in the first. a long day for madison. we'll [ male announcer ] brace yourself for the big, bold taste of
suspect anders behring breivik vows brutal and breathtaking operations to stop the ongoing islamic colonization of europe. angry words. inspired, some analysts say, by heated rhetoric from groups in the united states, such as stop the islamization of america, its co-founder robert spencer cited more than 50 times by breivik. spencer has written the traditional islam contains violent and supremacist elements. breivik says he would be an excellent choice for the nobel peace prize. but spencer told nbc news today he bears no responsibility for what happened in oslo. >> there is nothing in any of my writings that is anything but a defense of human rights, a defense of the equality of the rights before -- of all people before the law, and so if somebody gets from that that they should kill, well, then he's nuts. >> reporter: some analysts say words can be weapons themselves. >> when you push the demonization of populations, you often end up with violence. >> reporter: and that may be exactly what has happened. the 2008 burning of a mosque in tennessee is evidence of what she says has be
that anders behring breivik still had plenty of am knew in addition when they arrested him friday. this photo shows the shooter taking aimed at a person, apparently pleading to be saved an hour before the twin attacks, he posted a manifesto online. he didn't practice what he preached. >> translator: he immediately surrendered when asked too do s. >> reporter: survivors of the shooting are still dazed by their brush with death. >> i could feel the warmth of the barrel. >> reporter: breivik has con fzed to both attacks. >> he has admitted that he was responsible for the bomb attack and for those killing of those people on the island. >> reporter: but his lawyer says that he denies criminal responsibility. >> translator: he thought it was gruesome having to commit these head. but in his head he thought it was necessary. >> reporter: it has plunged norway into mourning. the king and queen led mourners who filled the cathedral. outside, norwegians grieved openly with sobs and hugs. richard cantu abc news. >>> and now, to alaska, and a savage attack by a grizzly bear. it happened in a remote mounta
and the toll may rise. 32-year-old anders behring breivik has confessed to the attacks. he called his actions horrible but necessary. tonight we will see -- hear from eyewitnesses about how the attack unfolded. >> 45 minutes later and 23 miles lwest of the city, the ferry arrived at the island. one man who saw the shooter said he looked every bit like a policeman. officials came over to check his credentials before letting him on. >> he had id. he acted just like a police. >> 15 minutes after boarding the ferry, the shooting began. >> he was trying to make people come to him, and people went. then he started to shoot them. >> one person tried to swim to escape but the water was too cold, so she returned to the beach. -- he returned to the beach. after laying next to the body of his friend, he could feel the shooter present. >> i could feel his boots. a good feel the warmth from the gun by my year. -- buy might year. >> the shooter plucked them off one by one. >> he said i am going to kill you all. he was very aggressive. >> for 90 minutes the killer storm of the island -- stormed the island.
, but local news there in norway have identified the man in custody as this man, anders behring breivik, 32 years old. we did learn from the police just now that he is starting to be questioned by them and acc d according to the police has indicated he will explain himself. now the reporters were asking questions about his alleged christian right wing extremists views, and police had nothing to say about that about whether he has been on their radar, but they did say they are investigating two homes or apartments where he purportedly lived. as far as the bomb goes, you just heard, they still are trying to figure out where the bomb went off because the damage, as you can see here, is so extensive, they have not been able to pinpoint the genesis of the bomb. they did say, even though they want people to stay away from the vast crime scene, they did say the sooner oslo gets back to normal the better. but they did say the crime scene is so vast, talking about oslo and the island there, it will be an extremely difficult task to put the huge puzzle together. they are starting to talk with the su
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